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I see hoppers like these come through on the BNSF very frequently where instead of having the marking for the plant they belong to (like "OMAX"), they just have the "BNSF". Are these just general hoppers that the company rents out so to say? Another question: how come you don't see these on...
I saw this exact car tonight as I was leaving campus. It looked to be on the local train heading back to Hobson here in Lincoln, NE. My question is what is it and what is it used for?
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